Paul Hesse
Paul Hesse
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Global connections between aeolian dust, climate and ocean biogeochemistry at the present day and at the last glacial maximum
BA Maher, JM Prospero, D Mackie, D Gaiero, PP Hesse, Y Balkanski
Earth-Science Reviews 99 (1-2), 61-97, 2010
3622010
The record of continental dust from Australia in Tasman Sea sediments
PP Hesse
Quaternary Science Reviews 13 (3), 257-272, 1994
2581994
Late Quaternary climates of the Australian arid zone: a review
PP Hesse, JW Magee, S van der Kaars
Quaternary International 118, 87-102, 2004
2542004
Australian dust deposits: modern processes and the Quaternary record
PP Hesse, GH McTainsh
Quaternary Science Reviews 22 (18-19), 2007-2035, 2003
2282003
The Southern Hemisphere westerlies in the Australasian sector over the last glacial cycle: a synthesis
J Shulmeister, I Goodwin, J Renwick, K Harle, L Armand, MS McGlone, ...
Quaternary International 118, 23-53, 2004
2182004
Eastern Australia: A possible source of dust in East Antarctica interglacial ice
M Revel-Rolland, P De Deckker, B Delmonte, PP Hesse, JW Magee, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 249 (1-2), 1-13, 2006
1682006
Last glacial maximum to early Holocene wind strength in the mid-latitudes of the Southern Hemisphere from aeolian dust in the Tasman Sea
PP Hesse, GH McTainsh
Quaternary Research 52 (3), 343-349, 1999
1301999
Tsunami and palaeotsunami depositional signatures and their potential value in understanding the late-Holocene tsunami record
DTM Dominey-Howes, GS Humphreys, PP Hesse
The Holocene 16 (8), 1095-1107, 2006
1222006
Origin of maghaemite in Chinese loess deposits: aeolian or pedogenic?
XM Liu, P Hesse, T Rolph
Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors 112 (3-4), 191-201, 1999
1131999
Variable vegetation cover and episodic sand movement on longitudinal desert sand dunes
PP Hesse, RL Simpson
Geomorphology 81 (3-4), 276-291, 2006
1112006
Evidence for bacterial palaeoecological origin of mineral magnetic cycles in oxic and sub-oxic Tasman Sea sediments
PP Hesse
Marine Geology 117 (1-4), 1-17, 1994
1111994
Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental change in the Australian drylands
KE Fitzsimmons, TJ Cohen, PP Hesse, J Jansen, GC Nanson, JH May, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 74, 78-96, 2013
1062013
Paleoclimatic significance of magnetic properties on the Red Clay underlying the loess and paleosols in China
XM Liu, T Rolph, Z An, P Hesse
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 199 (1-2), 153-166, 2003
962003
Soil production in heath and forest, Blue Mountains, Australia: influence of lithology and palaeoclimate
MT Wilkinson, J Chappell, GS Humphreys, K Fifield, B Smith, P Hesse
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2005
932005
Properties of magnetic mineralogy of Alaskan loess: evidence for pedogenesis
XM Liu, P Hesse, T Rolph, JE Begét
Quaternary International 62 (1), 93-102, 1999
861999
Integration of ice‐core, marine and terrestrial records for the Australian Last Glacial Maximum and Termination: a contribution from the OZ INTIMATE group
CSM Turney, S Haberle, D Fink, AP Kershaw, M Barbetti, TT Barrows, ...
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2006
792006
Climatic and vegetation control on sediment dynamics during the last glacial cycle
A Dosseto, PP Hesse, K Maher, K Fryirs, S Turner
Geology 38 (5), 395-398, 2010
732010
Contemporary versus long‐term denudation along a passive plate margin: the role of extreme events
KM Tomkins, GS Humphreys, MT Wilkinson, D Fink, PP Hesse, SH Doerr, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
722007
Multi-method dating comparison for mid-Pleistocene Rangitawa tephra, New Zealand
B Pillans, BP Kohn, G Berger, P Froggatt, G Duller, B Alloway, P Hesse
Quaternary Science Reviews 15 (7), 641-653, 1996
721996
Downstream hydrogeomorphic changes along the Macquarie River, southeastern Australia, leading to channel breakdown and floodplain wetlands
TJ Ralph, PP Hesse
Geomorphology 118 (1-2), 48-64, 2010
652010
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